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Ria Ginster (soprano)
Alleluia (Mozart). Wiegenlied
(Cradle Song) (Op. 105, No. 2) (Schubert). Meine Rose (My Rose) (Schumann). Ein Stiindlein wohl vor Tag (An hour before the dawn). Elfenlied (Elves' Song) (Wolf). Oh, what comfort to the senses (The Seasons) (Haydn)
Loris Blofeld (violin)
Norman Tucker (pianoforte)
Faure had a great power of lyrical expression. His music abounds with beautiful and finely drawn melodies. A consummate craftsman and a harmonist of considerable range and subtlety, everything he wrote is highly polished and designed with an unerring sense of balance and clarity of style.
His Violin Sonata in A, Op. 13, was composed in 1876 and two years later was performed with the composer at the piano at the Exhibition at the Trocadero. It is first and foremost a fine piece of writing in the classical sonata mould. Its symmetry is perfectly balanced and the music is full of the composer's graceful and poetic characteristics.
Conductor, William Pethers from the New Hippodrome Theatre,
with Frank Davison
The White Ravens
Walter Simlinger (vocalist)
Anderl Horn and his Schrammd
at the Organ of the Gaumont State,
Torch Tunes of the Times
White and Woodman in original songs at the piano
Stan and Jan two Devonshire rustics and Jack Ferris and Tony Grant on two pianos with Bob Peters-Smith at the drums
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Lesson, Jeremiah xxxii, 26 to end
Magnificat (Wesley in F) (Chant
Lesson, St. Mark xv, 1-41
Nunc Dimittis (Wesley in F) (Chant
Anthem, The heavens declare (Boyce) ' The heavens declare the glory of God: and the firmament sheweth his handiwork.
One day telleth another: and one night certifieth another.
There is neither speech nor language: but their voices are heard among them
(words, Psalm xix, 1-3)
Hymn, 0 Trinity of blessed light
(The choir will consist of men's voices only)
Music from the films on gramophone records
including Weather Forecast
Major C. S. Jarvis , C.M.G.
Major Jarvis, one-time Governor of Sinai, is an expert in locust-fighting, and at one time found himself commanding four army battalions to fight them. Those who have never seen a swarm of locusts can have no idea of the ruthless size and destructive force of it. Every possible scientific aid has to be employed to fight it, and in Major Jarvis's experience the locusts always won until they were overwhelmed in the very last round.
A week or two ago this speaker broadcast a talk, ' Footprints in the Sands of Crime ', in which he spoke of some of the ingenious methods employed in Egypt in the tracking down of dope smugglers.
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Talks on people and the land that industry has invaded
2-' The Fate of a Cotton
Canon Roger Lloyd
Canon Lloyd, who is now Residentiary Canon and Diocesan Missioner of Winchester, was from 1932 to 1937 vicar of the small Lancashire town of Great Harwood. He therefore saw the effects of the slump at first hand, and this evening he will tell listeners how the people of Great Harwood faced this crisis.
An hour's radio revelry with Tommy Trinder
The Top Hatters
Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra
(by permission of the Savoy Hotel, Ltd.)
Production by Douglas Lawrence and Vernon Harris
Peter Vokes , who is ' Peter' to Tommy Trinder 's ' Tommy ' in this new and popular series, playing an Army sketch with him in each programme, began his radio career as a boy actor. He broadcast in Emil and the Detectives and Gulliver's Travels, and as the boy Columbus. When he was seventeen he toured with Harry Tate in Motoring, and learned how to time laughs.
He has the stage in his blood, being a direct descendant of Sarah Siddons. His grandfather was a famous Harlequin in Drury Lane pantomimes. In the theatre Peter acted in Noel Coward 's Operette, and in Cochran's Coronation revue, Home and Beauty.
Like Tommy Trinder he was born at Streatham. He came into his own as a radio actor when he took Richard Murdoch 's place in Band Waggon while the latter was ill.
including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
George James (Wales) v.
Tom Reddington (Salford)
A commentary on the heavyweight contest, by Richard North and W. Barrington Dalby , from Butlin's
Holiday Camp, Skegness
with Pat Regan from the Pavilion Ballroom,
Joe Loss's Shadows
Directed by Arthur Coppersmith from the Dreamland Ballroom
Pro Arte Quartet : Quartet in B flat, Op. 3, No. 4 (Haydn) — 1 Allegro moderato. 2 Adagio. 3 Presto
Budapest Quartet : Italian Serenade (Wolf)
Gilbert Jespersen (flute),
Erling Bloch (violin), Torben Svendsen (cello) : Serenade (Riisager)